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A number of events are taking place throughout the region that will see volunteer fire departments set off fireworks and light bonfires.
The Vernon Community Arts Centre mourns the death of one of its kilns with a day-after Halloween party.
Big Apple Production’s third annual Rocky Horror Show, this year at O’Keefe Ranch, is better, broader and brasher than ever before.
Check our interactive map for more information on must-see Halloween events in Vernon and the whole Okanagan.
Jodi Pederson is back in Vernon under her new name, ROYAL, to play her new music at Record City Friday, Oct. 28.
New Hamburg Steinway concert grand will be officially unveiled Oct. 29 when B.C. pianist Ian Parker takes her keys and pedals for a spin.
Critically acclaimed and award winning comedian Mike Delamont is in Vernon Oct. 28 with his one-man show, God is a Scottish Drag Queen.
North Okanagan Community Concert Association's 1887 Hamburg Steinway is being retired to make way for the new concert grand.
After six years of being away, Estelle Shook is back as the outdoor theatre's interim artistic director.
Walk or run, but don't hide for one of the spookiest events of Halloween at Caravan Farm Theatre.
The Okanagan Artists of Canada (OAC) is hosting its fourth annual Art at Paddlewheel Park exhibition and sale Sunday, Oct. 23.
Big Apple Productions moves its third annual Rocky Horror Show to the Historic O’Keefe Ranch in Spallumcheen.
Gary Fjellgaard and Valdy continue to put the miles on with their annual tour of the Okanagan.
Windmills (Cory Myraas) gives his first public concert in his hometown of Vernon since his computer was stolen with all his music files.
Kelowna-bred rapper Doug Crawford, who now lives in Vernon, joins Secret Society and the Trailer Park Boy’s ‘T’ for a national hip-hop tour.
The Coldstream Live Music Society is needing new board members to run its popular monthly coffee house in Vernon.
Federation of Canadian Artists North Okanagan chapter holds first group exhibition at VPAG in 10 years.
Anyone who remembers getting funky to Sir Mix-a-Lot’s Baby Got Back likely hit the dance floor at former Vernon hot spot Nite Magic.
One sentence that I occasionally hear that cuts me to the core: “There’s nothing to do here.”
The Cowboy Junkies helped celebrate the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre’s 15th annual Birthday Bash Saturday, Oct. 1.